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London [UK], Oct 10 (ANI): After a span of one and a half years, Australia chief selector Trevor Hohns has finally revealed as to how Tim Paine was named as the captain of the side after the infamous 'Sandpaper Gate'.
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New Delhi [India], Sept 17 (ANI): As the Ashes came to an end, Australia's batsman Steve Smith and England's spinner Jack Leach posed for a picture inside the dressing room.
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New Delhi [India], Sept 16 (ANI): As the fifth and final Ashes Test came to an end, players from both England and Australia shared the dressing room and were seen chit-chatting about the intense battle that took place on the cricket field over the course of five matches.
London [UK], Sept 16 (ANI): After retaining the Ashes, Australia skipper Tim Paine said that the team can be extremely proud of what they have achieved on English soil.
London [UK], Sept 16 (ANI): With England winning the fifth and final Ashes Test at the Oval, the series ended at a 2-2 scoreline, the first time in 47 years that the Men's Ashes has ended in a draw.
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London [UK], Sept 15 (ANI): England ended day three of the fifth and final Test in the ongoing Ashes in a strong position after extending their lead to 382 in the second innings here at the Oval.
London [UK], Sept 14 (ANI): England ended day two of the fifth and final Ashes Test in a strong position after bundling out Australia for 225 in the first innings, gaining a lead of 69 runs here at the Oval.
London [UK], Sept 13 (ANI): England finished at a score of 271/8 on day one of the fifth and final Test in the ongoing Ashes here at the Oval.
Melbourne [Australia], Sept 11 (ANI): Australia on Wednesday announced their 12-man squad for the fifth Ashes Test match.
Melbourne [Australia], Sept 11 (ANI): Although Australia have already retained the Ashes, skipper Tim Paine is not satisfied as they want to finish the tour by winning the series.
New Delhi [India], Sept 9 (ANI): Australia and England have the oldest rivalry in cricket and fans of both countries have always been enthusiastic about voicing their opinions and as the team from Down Under retained the Ashes, Australian Federal Police (AFP) jumped on the bandwagon to mo
New Delhi [India], Sept 9 (ANI): Australia defeated England in the fourth Test by 185 runs to retain the Ashes and as a result, the team now has 56 points in the ongoing World Test Championship (WTC).